A wet return to Imber

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Crowds returned to support Imberbus despite periods of appalling weather interspersed by glorious sunshine when the event was staged once more on 21st August, reports Martin Curtis.

Imberbus began in 2009 when four friends provided a one-day bus service across the normally inaccessible Salisbury Plain firing ranges, controlled by the MOD. Four Routemasters were used on that occasion.

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